Okay...I got this off my mom's blog. And I'm guessing that she started it after the conversations we had about memories over the last couple of days.

Here are the rules:
1. As a comment on my blog, leave one memory that you and I had together. It does not matter if you knew me a little or a lot, anything you remember!
2. Next, re-post these instructions on your blog and see how many people leave a memory about you. It’s actually pretty funny to see the responses. If you leave a memory about me, I’ll assume you’re playing the game and I’ll come to your blog/email and leave one about you.

Let's see what happens. Life is filled with memories. And blogging is one good way to write them down when WE remember them. This cute exercise might job our own memories.


kimlis said...

I remember your wedding and the pictures at the side of the Temple away from the direct sunlight

Susan said...

Whoa! How many memories can I write...but right off the top of my head: Dawn was really into protecting and worrying over her siblings. Once when there probably was only Dawn and Cara, we were at Sears. Cara had the mischievous way of trying to hide from us and it always freaked Dawn. Dawn couldn't find Cara this one day and as usual came in a worry...No Cara! She had been calling her name and looking under the clothes. I had to tell Dawn to calm down, Cara was just hiding and probably could see us. I just didn't think about Cara anymore but Dawn was fretting. Suddenly, over the loud speaker, my name was called and naturally Cara had hidden too well and got herself lost. Dawn looked at me, as young as she was, as if to say, "See! I told you!" But I always knew Dawn would know what her siblings were doing or where they were...even tho it bugged the sibs like crazy!

Great Grandma Lin said...

well, i have only met you through your blog and emailing back and forth. although i was at your home in ohio in 1974-were you born then-probably but too young to remember me-the lost aunt....invisible i became until i got into cyberspace. will put something on my blog probably tomorrow as i need to catch up for yesterday when our hotel didn't have wifi that worked.

Jocelyn Christensen said...

I remember when you came to see me at Miami my freshman year. You took very good care of me as my big sis and made sure that I was adjusting ok and not too homesick! I love you!

Michelle VP said...

Even though I've never had the pleasure of meeting you "in person", my favorite memory is revealing myself as your Big Sis on my birthday! You were the chattiest and funnest (not a real word, I know!) Lil' Sis I've had through Splitcoast. :) And I just love your stamping style and creativity.